Hénaff · French Pork Liver Pate - Pâté de Foie Best Price
This liver pâté is just about perfect: silky smooth, not too livery, and nicely seasoned.
The blue tin is unmistakable. The famous Pâté Hénaff is a traditional food stuff in Brittany and beyond; the recipe dates back 100 years. It is made of pork (96%), spices, and a certain "je ne sais quoi," whose secret is jealously guarded by the Hénaff family. Hénaff uses fresh meat reared in the neighborhood and includes the best morsels of pork, like the hams and fillets, to produce a pâté with an exceptionally fine texture and unfogettable taste. It's aged six weeks before selling. Other pork spreads from Hénaff include pork rillettes, which are are made with choice morsels of fresh pork; they contain no coloring, preservatives, or additives. The Hénaff pâté de campagne is inspired by "fourmaj rouz," a traditional Breton pâté made of coarsely chopped fat and lean, liver, and egg white; it contains no coloring or phosphates. The excellent Hénaff liver pâté is made with pork liver (34%) and other good ingredients (whole milk, whole eggs).
Ingredients: Pork, pork livers, water, maize modified starch, salt, sodium caseinate, spices, flavor, sodium nitrite. Contains milk. 130g (4.5 oz.)